Monthly Archives: February 2014

Road Warrior Burnout: A Worthy Problem

Too much travel can cause anybody a load of stress.   Exhibit A is Brad Feld, one of Silicon Valley’s best-known angel/venture capitalists.  He lives in Colorado and was traveling 50-75% of the time.   He hit a wall.  Knew … Continue reading

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Turning the Open Booking Lights On

Good debates require good definitions.  The polarizing phrase “Open Booking” is a case in point.  It has at least two very different meanings. A popular interpretation of Open Booking has travelers booking outside the approved corporate channel, with no responsibility … Continue reading

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